Selecting Right Technology Solution as Part of Your Conformance to OpenChain ISO

Presented by

Shiri Arad Ivtsan,Director of Product,WhiteSource,Shane Coughlan,GM OpenChain & Martin Callinan,Director, Source Code Control

About this talk

OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230 is the International Standard for open source license compliance. Its relevance to modern software development is growing, and it allows companies of all sizes and in all sectors to adopt the key requirements of a quality open source compliance program. The need to manage the software supply chain has never been more important given the ever-increasing dependence on third party open source to deliver software solutions at speed. In order to reach that standard, it is vital to have the right Software Composition Analysis tool that performs automated scans of an application’s code base, including related artifacts such as containers and registries, to identify all open source components as well as their license compliance data. In this webinar, our experts will present how the OpenChain Specification evolved to become an ISO standard, and will discuss the importance of choosing the right SCA tool for organizations to adopt, so they can focus on value-added activities that drive the success of their businesses.

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